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The Westerplatte near Gdansk is a wooded peninsula on the Baltic coast. She became known by the bombardment of the Polish munitions depot on 1 September 1939. It was the beginning of World War II. In recall of the Polish defenders the Westerplatte monument was inaugurated in 1966. The 23-meter-high monument was built from 236 blocks of granite. It was designed by Franciszek Duszenko, Adam Haupt and Henryk Kitowski, Gdansk, Pomerania, Poland, Europe
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